LibrarySpot.com's sister site, HomeworkSpot.com, is a free homework information portal that features the best K-12 homework-related sites together with engaging editorial in one high-utility, educational spot. With the help of students, parents and teachers, a team of educators, librarians and journalists has scoured the Web to bring you the best resources for English, math, science, history, art, music, technology, foreign language, college prep, health, life skills, extracurricular activities and much more. Resources are organized into grade-appropriate categories for
elementary, middle and high school.
The Internet Public Library Teen Division provides a great collection of resources geared toward upper elementary students. It covers traditional subject areas as well as reference and library topics. Resources provide great information and make nice use of the visual and interactive aspects of the Web. Some of the best projects are based on this site.
CollegeScholarships.org reviewed and compiled a list of online homework helpers, separating them into appropriate age and subject matter groupings. Find an extensive list of resources for Primary School homework help, Middle School homework help and High School (and post-secondary) homework help.
In 1996, B.J. Pinchbeck started building a collection of helpful homework sites. Today, his collection includes more than 700 links for everything from math to P.E. More than 10,000 people visit each day.
Resources by Subject
Fact Monster This site contains a huge collection of links on every social studies topic imaginable.
Xpeditions National Geographic's interactive "museum" that takes you on geography journeys.
The Whole Brain Atlas This is a wonderful resource from Harvard. Take a tour of the brain, look at MR, CT, and Nuclear Memory /images, and view overlays of the brain to see blood flow or a variety of diseases.
Virtual Field Trips and Labs This site includes links to virtual frog dissections and more. View the human body in virtual three dimensions, visit a microbial zoo or a virtual earthquake.
Volcano World. Check out current news, video clips, games, articles and the "ask a volcanologist" feature.
Online English Grammar This is a grammar textbook in disguise. It's comprehensive, well organized and written at a level perfect for high school students.
Math Archives This site links to many other math resources on the web. It's sorted by topic and covers all levels of mathematics.
Ask Dr. Math This one is listed under the AskA+ collection, but it deserves its own entry, too. Students can email questions or look at archives sorted by topics and grade levels. This site is great for K-12.